CNET Published AI-Generated Stories. Then Its Staff Edited Them


CNET Published AI-Generated Stories. Then Its Staff Edited Them

CNET’s staff and screenwriters are represented by the Writers Guild of America, and they want studios to agree to prohibit AI authorship and to never ask writers to adapt AI-generated scripts.

The tool that editors used also appeared to have plagiarized work from competing news outlets, as generative AI is wont to do .

In March, she stepped down from her role as editor in chief and now heads up the outlet’s AI edit strategy.

Numerous digital media outlets have recently slashed staff, with some like BuzzFeed and Sports Illustrated at the same time embracingAI-generated content.

Striking screenwriters want producers and studios to agreement to prohibit artificial intelligence writing and story-generating machines and to forbid writers from adapting AI-scripted scripts.

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